WARNINGNo part of this book, website or content can be reproduced, copied in any form without written permission from the publisher, Mr. Alan Hager. The entire content listed in the book or website database are copyrighted by theFederal Government and protected under federal and world law, violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Prices, Pops, Mac proprietary Copyrighted, Trademarked and Patent 9,500,595 listed in this book or website database or content may not be used in any form of computer database or programs published or not without the prior written permission from the publisher.DISCLAIMER 2020Coin values shown in this websites database or Books are the results ofover 5 years of work by Mr. Hager tireless work in progress.Prices are determined by three factors to determine value: 1.The Pop of the coin 60%2.Auction Prices realized 25%3.Ebay Prices realized 15%When we say the POP of a coin’s grade is determined by how many coins have been graded in a grade. Example 2005-D Lincoln cent NGC MS-69 a POP-1 value $4,000 whereas an MS-68 with a POP 125 it’s value $100.00. Pops are the most accurate way to price a coin’s value worldwide. Mr. Hager coined the term POP-Pricing in 2015. Here we are in 2020 and it is themajor way to price certified coins in today’s market. To add more factual evidence of a coin’s value, especially high price coins those over $5,000, then auction prices as well as eBay prices add validity to the price of a coin’s value.When the Pop of a coin’s grade changes so does the value in today’s very active market. So, values will constantly change up or down dependingon the POPS and the other 2 factors listed above.Values are shown as a GUIDE and are not intended to serve as price guide. We published prices for almost all coins in Mint States grades from Au-53 to MS-70 whether they exist or not. Therefore, it is a guide.Other factors such as economic trends, inflation or speculators can affect the price of certified coins. For example, when you see and incredible deal on TV or the internet offering a great deal, they sell by the hundreds and have very little value, as the cost of the deals can be 200% to 500% more expensive than at trade shows or eBay, so beware.Remember the best coins to buy are those with POPs under 20 to 30 coins extent in one grade. These will offer the best appreciation over time. So remember use as a Guide when buying certified coins.